The Craigellachie Hotel is one of Moray Speyside’s best-known and loved hotels. One couldn’t envisage a more idyllic setting for a hotel than that which has been enjoyed by the Craigellachie since 1893. Located within the beautiful village of the same name, at the confluence of the Fiddich and the Spey rivers, ‘the Craigellachie’ offers […]
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The Highlander Inn has 5 ensuite bedrooms, award winning whisky and real ale bar, superb restaurant, and great bar meals, situated in the centre of the village of Craigellachie on the banks of the River Spey. With 5 ensuite bedrooms; whisky bar; outdoor patio; lounge; a la carte restaurant (tremendous food in both the bar […]
The Speyside Cooperage lies in the heart of the Speyside Malt Whisky Trail, it is the only working cooperage in the UK where you can experience the ancient art of coopering. Since 1947, Speyside Cooperage has produced the finest casks from American Oak. In 2008 the Cooperage was sold to the French firm Tonnellerie François […]
Set in 1.5 acres, with wonderful views across the Spey Valley, this five-bedroom property is ideal for large families, fishing parties or whisky aficionados seeking a peaceful base from which to explore the nearby amenities and activities. Set in the heart of the Malt Whisky Trail which has 60 distilleries, this welcoming property is perfect […]
Mansefield Cottage is a cosy self contained property situated in extensive private grounds at the heart of the Speyside Malt Whisky Trail. 2 miles from Craigellachie with easy access to castles, coast and mountains. Sleeps 5. A fully equipped, 3 bedroom detached cottage with kitchen+dining area and laundry facilities (washing machine and drier). Spacious hallway, […]
The Macallan Estate and Distillery, near Craigellachie, is open to the public at weekends with experiences, taking guests through our history, heritage and The Macallan whisky itself. Full details of each experience can be found on our website. On weekdays, the Distillery is available for bespoke, private events. For more details, or to book, please […]
Craigellachie Lodge, your home away from home in Speyside, in the heart of the malt whisky country.
Ben Aigan is one of the best walks in Moray, it lies to the east of Rothes, the northeast of Craigellachie and to the east of the River Spey which flows along the foot of its western and northern slopes. Rising to a height of 471m (1546 feet) and extensively forested apart from the summit […]
Bev & Campbell Croy invite you to Bridge View B&B, a family run business where you will find a warm Scottish welcome, with beautiful views over the River Spey. Craigellachie is the ideal location for touring the north east of Scotland, fishing on the River Spey, walking the Speyside Way and visiting the numerous distilleries. […]
The Speyside Way is one of Scotland’s four official Long-Distance Routes (LDRs). It runs between Aviemore, at the heart of Strathspey, 66 miles to Buckie, on the Moray Firth. The route passes through some of Scotland’s most beautiful landscapes, by rivers and mountains, over moorland and along forest paths. It includes a spur to Tomintoul, […]
Beautiful self-catering cottage set in rural Speyside, stunning views from every angle. Based in the heart of Speyside, overlooking the Macallan Distillery. Fantastic views of Ben Rinnes, Ben Aigan and the Convals surround the property. An ideal location for visiting some of Scotland’s finest Whisky Distilleries. Take a 25 minute drive from Traquair and visit […]
Bonnie View is a detached cottage overlooking the River Spey. Originally a telephone exchange, it has been extended and renovated to form a quirky, cozy holiday home, which sleeps 2 – 4 people. The cottage, which has underfloor heating, a feature garden and private parking, is only a stones throw away from the local pub […]
Stewart offers an especially warm welcome to his self catering in Craigellachie, an ideal location from which to spend a week exploring the castles, whiskey distilleries, abbeys and countryside of this part of the Highlands of Scotland.